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sevērus adj. with comp. and sup.

SEV-.—Of persons, serious, sober, grave, strict, austere, stern, severe : civis severus et gravis: omnium severissimus: Cures, V.: adimam cantare severis, H.: legis custodes: severissimi iudices: severum decent, seria dictu, H.—Of things, sober, grave, serious, severe, austere, disagreeable, oppressive : voltus severior: frons, O.: Falernum, tart , H.: disciplina: genus dicendi: fidibus voces crevere severis, H.Harsh, rough, crabbed, rigid, severe, stern : imperia severiora: lex, O.: severissimi imperi vir, L.: paulo severior poena, S.: acerbe in filium.— Severe, dreadful, gloomy : Uncus, H.: amnis Cocyti, V.: turba Eumenidum, Pr.

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